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There are different kind of online meetings

Those for getting things done, to coordinate and decide and plan the next steps to take together. Those to share and work out loud, ask for help and support each other. Those to exchange our insights and learning and create... Continue Reading →

What does it need to bring workshops online?

Climate, time, distance - three reasons why more and more meetings and workshops take place online. This is an interesting crossroad for facilitators, team leaders, project managers and collaboration specialists in terms of supporting online collaboration and engagement. Moving online... Continue Reading →

Serendipitous online conversation on Zoom – an experience

Johnny Moore has written a lovely blog post reflecting on four years of hosting unhurried conversations. You'll find it here. Inspired and encouraged by Johnny’s invitation (see here) and jointly with Corinne Sprecher I have initiated an online Serendipity Circle. Driven... Continue Reading →

Interactive webinars or the wonder of the chat box

Lately, I joined a webinar on webinars organized by GFAR and the Global Landscapes Forum managed by Peter Casier. The generous offer for “a peep behind the curtains: How to set up and run a webinar” made me curious. It was... Continue Reading →

Creative online meetings combine tools for joint writing and drawing

e-Great and inspiring online meetings play with tools. I have many online meetings. Some give me energy boosts and allow me at the same time to get work done; while others are time and energy consuming with poor results. So,... Continue Reading →

Online communication: tools, habits and play

When you think about your online communication for purely professional purposes what is your favourite channel? Are you an ‘emailer’? Or a ‘phoner’? Or a ‘skyper’? Or a wiki-fan? Or sometimes a ‘chatter’? Or are you a ‘multi-channel user’? Our... Continue Reading →

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